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Humble Indie Bundle 7 Launches, New Linux Games

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Published on 19 December 2012 02:37 PM EST
Written by Michael Larabel in Gaming
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Just in time for Christmas there is a new Humble Indie Bundle. Unlike the recent THQ Humble Bundle that were Windows-only titles, this new bundle is back to being cross-platform and DRM-free.

The titles being included with this Humble Indie Bundle 7 are Snapshot, The Binding of Isaac, Closure, Shank 2, and Indie Game: The Movie. When paying more than the floating average, Dungeon Defenders and Legend of Grimrock are included. The game soundtracks are also included.

You can participate in this latest 14-day pay-what-you-want sale by visiting HumbleBundle.com. In the short time that this Humble Indie Bundle 7 has been available today, it's already pulled in more than $69,000 USD.


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